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No surprises so no excuses. That was the message from Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey on Monday after his pass protection was taken apart by Tennessee to the tune of seven sacks. “We have rules that hold up against everything,” Mularkey said. “There’sUpvote Share TweetTo commemorate the one-year anniversary of the announcement that shook the Jaguars, the Times-Union is asking readers to submit photos of themselves wearing that famous 'stache for a chance to win a personalized, autographed football from Shad Khan. We'…Upvote Share Tweet
What I think the Jaguars are thinkingESPN.com Updated Nov 26, 2012What I think they are thinking at the headquarters of the Jaguars this afternoon… So that’s what winning feels like. It’s been so long, we kind of forgot. Mike Mularkey told us a story last week about a guy digging for gold who gave up and saw the nUpvote Share TweetReviewing the four keys to Sunday’s Titans-Jaguars game: FIRST DOWN Ignore the run — really Entering the game: Tennessee ranked 28th against the run, but the Jaguars haven’t reached 100 yards rushing in the last seven games. Why stick with it?Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Updated Nov 26, 2012We’ve given a good share of blame for the Jaguars' non-threatening offense on the play calling and the scheme. But Chad Henne's success tells us Blaine Gabbert certainly deserves his share of the blame, too. Per ESPN Stats & Information, Henne tied a caUpvote Share Tweet
Peter King: As we hit home stretch, suspense reigns in NFC playoff chaseNov 26Prelude to a diss: In the last 52 weeks, the Packers have met the Giants three times. Green Bay has allowed 35, 37 and 38 points, and an average of 419 yards a game, and nine Eli Manning touchdown passes. Time for defensive coordinator Dom Capers to fig…
Don Banks: Giants serve notice to league with pressure-packed win over Pac…Nov 26EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Sometimes I think Tom Coughlin's Giants team should come with a disclaimer label attached: "For best results, apply pressure.''